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09.05.18

In Rejecting Data from Human Subject Research EPA Endangers the Future and Disrespects the Past

By O’Neill Institute

This blog was written by Jennifer S. Bard, J.D., M.P.H., Ph.D., Professor of Law, University of Cincinnati College of Law (on academic leave), Scholar, the O’Neill Institute By its own analysis, the  EPA predicts that its loosening of the restrictions on pollution emitted by coal-fired power plants will result in “ 1,400 premature deaths annually by […]

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02.05.14

Pete Seeger: Health's Hidden Hero

By Eric A. Friedman

He might not have known it, but Pete Seeger, who died last week at 94, was one of the great health advocates of our time. Those of you familiar with the folk music legend may also be surprised to hear this. We think of his songs about the unions and workers’ rights, about racial justice, […]

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